Manco & Manco Owners Arrested on Tax Evasion Charges

first_imgThe year-round location for Manco & Manco Pizza on the Ocean City Boardwalk between 9th and 10th streets was closed Thursday (April 3).Chuck and Mary Bangle, owners of Ocean City’s popular Boardwalk pizza chain Manco & Manco, were arrested Thursday morning (April 3) by Internal Revenue Service special agents and charged with multiple counts of tax evasion.The Bangles face a 30-count indictment, according to U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman.The indictment includes five counts of income tax evasion for 2007 through 2011 and one count of making false statements to the IRS. Charles Bangle is also charged with 23 counts of structuring financial transactions to avoid reporting requirements, according to Fishman.The Bangles appeared Thursday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ann Marie Donio in Camden federal court and were released on $100,000 bail.“Between 2007 and 2011, Charles and Mary Bangle skimmed large sums of cash from the business,” according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. “Charles Bangle deposited significant amounts of that cash into their personal bank account at TD Bank in amounts less than $10,000, the amount which triggers a Currency Transaction Report from financial institutions to the U.S. Department of Treasury.”“The Bangles then used the money to pay for personal expenditures. They concealed approximately $981,000 in income from the IRS, which they had a legal obligation to report on their personal income tax returns. Had they accurately reported all their income to the IRS, the Bangles would have owed an additional $336,273.”The Bangles claimed the deposits into their personal checking account were from cash salary earned at the pizza business.Manco & Manco has three locations on the Ocean City Boardwalk and another on the mainland in Somers Point. For most of the iconic chain’s 58-year history in Ocean City, visitors knew the spot as Mack & Manco. Anthony Mack and Vincent Manco founded the chain in 1956. The partnership between the two families ended and the name changed in 2011. Chuck Bangle, the son-in-law of former co-owners Frank and Kay Manco, purchased a controlling interest at that time.Chuck Bangle is the chair of Ocean City’s Tourist Development Commission.Chuck Bangle handled the day-to-day operations of the business and Mary Bangle was responsible for handling cash and payroll, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.Each of the 30 counts of the indictment carries a maximum potential penalty of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.U.S. Attorney Fishman credited special agents of IRS-Criminal Investigation, under the direction of Acting Special Agent in Charge Jonathan D. Larsen, with the investigation.Two Manco & Manco locations on the Ocean City Boardwalk are closed for the season. The year-round location on the 900 block of the boardwalk also was closed with a sign announcing winter hours only on Fridays through Sundays.Bangle has not returned a call for comment.Bangle’s position as Tourist Development Commission chair would not be affected until the case is adjudicated, according to City Solicitor Dorothy McCrosson.Read the full text of the Bangle indictment.__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebooklast_img read more

Transparency data: NHS Test and Trace (England) and coronavirus testing (UK) statistics: 15 October to 21 October

first_img people tested for coronavirus (COVID-19), England people testing positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), England time taken for test results to become available, England Contact tracing For coronavirus testing in the UK, this includes: people transferred to the contact-tracing system, and the time taken for them to be reached, England close contacts identified for complex and non-complex cases, and the time taken for them to be reached, Englandcenter_img The data reflects the first 21 weeks of operation of NHS Test and Trace in England, and testing operations in the UK since late March.For NHS Test and Trace (England), this includes:Testing lab testing capacity, UK number of tests sent out, UK number of tests processed, UKlast_img read more

3 myths about young people and credit unions

first_imgSince the beginning of time, older generations have been claiming that “kids these days” are somehow in worse shape than their elders ever were — don’t let your credit union fall into that same dismissive mindset!If you haven’t thought much about bringing young people into your credit union or incorporating younger generations into your financial institution’s marketing strategy, it’s time to reconsider. First things first, let’s clear up some popular misconceptions about young people and finance:Myth #1: Young adults aren’t a very valuable market for credit unions. It’s true that teenagers and twenty-somethings haven’t yet reached their prime borrowing years — but it’s also true that much of the current credit union market has passed that stage of their financial lives! Finance experts will tell you that prime borrowing years fall between the ages of 30 and 50. The average credit union member is nearly 50 years old.By beginning to build relationships and recruit young members now, you can set your credit union up for success in the future. If you bring Gen Zers or young millennials into your organization now, your credit union can expect to thrive for years to come. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Deported: Thousands of Caribbean nationals sent home from the United States

first_img 37 Views   no discussions Share Tweet NewsRegional Deported: Thousands of Caribbean nationals sent home from the United States by: – April 19, 2011 Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – The United States has deported more 2, 000 criminals back to the Caribbean in the past six months, according to figures released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).The figures show that from the start of the 2011 fiscal year in October last year to the end of March this year, 88,497 criminal “aliens” or migrants were deported to their country of birth in the Latin/ America and the Caribbean region.A “criminal alien” is defined under U.S. immigration laws as a migrant who is convicted of a crime. The number sent back to Latin America alone stood at 86,469 while 2,028 were sent back to the Caribbean.For the Caribbean, 1,066 criminals were sent to the Dominican Republic followed by Jamaica with 528 and Trinidad and Tobago with 125. Belize received 74 followed by The Bahamas with 65 and Guyana 64.So far this fiscal year, 50 migrants have been sent back to Aruba and 31 to the earth-quake ravaged Haiti. Other Caribbean nations received far less criminal deportees.Cuba received 20 in the past six months; Barbados 11; Dominica 10; St. Lucia seven and Antigua five. Four persons were sent back to Bermuda while St. Kitts received three, while two each were sent to Suriname, the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands.The figures show that Anguilla and the Turks and Caicos, received one criminal deportee each. The biggest receiver of criminal migrants was Mexico with 70,874 deported as of March 28 this year.Cana Newslast_img read more

UPDATE: One man hospitalized after three vehicle accident in Canefield

first_imgLocalNews UPDATE: One man hospitalized after three vehicle accident in Canefield by: – May 23, 2012 Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweetcenter_img 213 Views   2 comments Share One man who was hospitalized late Wednesday afternoon following a vehicular accident which occurred under the Canefield cliff involving three vehicles has been treated and discharged.Gerald Shillingford the driver of a blue Toyota double cab van registration #85 sustained injuries after a major collision yesterday afternoon.Police spokesman inspector John Carbon in his report to Dominica Vibes News said the collision occurred when a white Mitsubishi Nativa registration #PM 222 overtook another vehicle about 5:10pm.“A white Mitsubishi Nativa registration # PM 222 which was being driven by Eddie Beaupiere was travelling north along with other vehicles under the Canefield cliff. It overtook a blue Mitsubishi single cab van registration #PE 062 which was being driven by Fagan Bannis who was also travelling in a northern direction,” he reported.According to inspector Carbon, this caused two vans to collide causing severe damages to the vehicles. “In so doing, PM 222 lost control and collided with a blue Toyota double cab van registration # 85 which was being driven Gerald Shillingford in a southerly direction. After the collision the Toyota van registration #85 lost control and collided with the Mitsubishi single cab registration number PE062”.Gerald Shillingford sustained minor injuries as well as a passenger on PE 062. They were both treated at the Princess Margaret Hospital and subsequently discharged.[nggallery id =185]Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Sharing World Cup trophy should be considered – NZ coach Gary Stead

first_imgCRICKET chiefs should consider allowing teams to share the World Cup if a final is tied again, says New Zealand coach Gary Stead.England beat the Black Caps in a dramatic final at Lord’s by virtue of scoring more boundaries – after the teams’ 50-over scores were tied and also level after a super over.“I’m sure when they were writing the rules they never expected a World Cup final like that,” Stead said.“I’m sure it’ll be reviewed.”On sharing the trophy, he added: “Perhaps when you play over a seven-week period and you can’t be separated on the final day then that is something that should be considered.”Both sides scored 241 in their 50 overs on Sunday and were level on 15.when they batted for an extra over.England were crowned men’s world champions for the first time because they had scored more boundary fours and sixes – 26 to New Zealand’s 17 – in the match.“It’s a very, very hollow feeling that you can play 100 overs and score the same amount of runs and still lose the game – but that’s the technicalities of sport,” Stead added.“It’s unfortunate it comes down to one ball right at the end of the tournament when we’ve been here for seven weeks playing some really good cricket. It will be raw for a long time.”New Zealand were also unfortunate England appeared to be awarded one extra run in the final over of their innings.England were given six runs when a fielder’s throw hit Ben Stokes’ bat as he dived to complete a second run and went for four – but laws appear to say that was one too many.“I didn’t actually know that,” said Stead when asked about the law.“The umpires are there to rule and they’re human as well – and, like players, sometimes errors are made.“It’s just the human aspect of sport and probably why we all care about it so much as well. We can’t change that now. It will go down in history as one that got away from us.” (BBC Sport)last_img read more

Mourinho wants to coach for as long as Wenger

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger shakes hands with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho (2nd L)MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 29-Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes he can emulate Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger by coaching into his late 60s.Mourinho will face his old rival Wenger for the last time in an Arsenal match when the Gunners visit Old Trafford on Sunday. Mourinho’s longest managerial stint at any club was his first spell at Chelsea, which lasted for three years and three months.He spent three years at Real Madrid and two years each at Porto, Inter Milan and in a second spell at Stamford Bridge.Wenger is 68 and will step down at the end of the season after almost 22 years with the Gunners.Asked if he could emulate the Frenchman’s longevity, Mourinho said: “For sure. I will have to change clubs because you (media) don’t allow me to stay here!“I would see myself doing it but the new concept of media, social media, the pundit industry, the way people can express and influence the opinion, it is too much pressure – not just for the manager – but also for the club.“It is impossible for someone to resist for a long time, especially without any kind of success. “To stay a manager, to have four or five years to try to get a trophy and to improve the team, I don’t think you allow that any more.”But the Portuguese reckons he can stay at United longer than his other clubs after confessing his days of itchy feet are over.“I think so. At other clubs, I was already thinking ‘what next?’” he admitted.“I had things I really wanted to do – I had to go to Italy, I had to go to Spain.“At this moment, there isn’t anything around the corner and I don’t want to do anything different to what I am doing now.”Mourinho has won trophies since his time at Porto, but he is convinced he is a better manager now than ever.– More mature –“Yes, until the point you lose your motivation, you keep improving,” he added.“So yes, in every way. My passion for the job is the same and my sense of responsibility and emotional control (is better). I am much more mature too.“At every level – training, matches, relationships with players – it feels like everything is deja vu.“It is very rare now there is something in my professional life that I am surprised with or I don’t know how to react to. So, the more experience, the better you are.”Mourinho points to the example of Jupp Heynckes to back up his theory.At 72, Heynckes returned to manage Bayern Munich last October for a third spell in charge after being retired for four years following 32 years in management.“You have the example now of Mr Heynckes. He was retired, playing with his grandchildren, and suddenly he comes back and he is even better than before,” said Mourinho.As for Wenger, Mourinho has had many confrontations with the Frenchman but admitted his rival’s “Invincibles” team from 2003-04, who were undefeated as they romped to the Premier League title, made him a better coach.“I am going to remember him as a big opponent, as the manager of the Invincibles – the Invincibles I met when I arrived in the country in 2004, the Invincibles that made me a better coach. That is the way I would remember him,” he added.Mourinho is also convinced Wenger will continue in management.“I don’t think he will end his career. Until I have different information, he is only going to end his career as Arsenal manager,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Into the mountains we go! — The Gateway To The Matterhorn Summit (GCQC4R) — Geocache of the Week

first_img SharePrint RelatedNear the top of Europe (GC2BVRY) – Geocache of the WeekJuly 16, 2015In “Geocache of the Week”Rubik’s Cache (GC5YGFM) – Geocache of the WeekJuly 30, 2015In “Geocache of the Week”Started from the bottom, now we’re here. — Roof of the World (GC9A9E) — Geocache of the WeekMay 22, 2013In “Community” Panorama from the lookout. Photo by geocacher laminGeocache Name:The Gateway To The Matterhorn Summit (GCQC4R)Difficulty/Terrain Rating:2/4Why this is the Geocache of the Week:There are no shortage of amazing places in the world—but figuring out which ones to visit can be a daunting task. Luckily for geocachers, we can just look for nearby geocaches, take a look at photos, read logs and check out the favorite points. One look at this geocache’s photos and logs and it instantly went on my bucket list.What geocachers have to say:“Found during a vacation in the area. Wonderful views, hopefully I’ll climb to Matterhorn one day.” – pedron4“What a day, like a post card! Sunshine no cloud and a cache at the feet of the Madonna, TFTC” – zigzagzug“After I had something to eat and drink at the hut, I scrambled up to search for this cache. It wasn’t hard to find, though there were a couple of muggles who had to be avoided 🙂 What a great location!” – johannesvanderwerfPhotos:The Matterhorn from GZ. Photo by geocacher raumangstDespite a DNF, this young geocacher is still all smiles. Photo by geocacher CikloBeautiful mountains. Photo by geocacher johannesvanderwerfWhat geocache is on your bucket list to find? Tell your story and post photos in the comments.Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks!Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

Creativity Under Pressure: Micro-Budget Your Time

first_imgDon’t get stuck on inconsequentials!  Follow this trick for better time management.It’s easy for creative professionals to get lost in the minutia of their projects, tweaking and reworking to perfection.  Unfortunately though, time is money.  This perfectionist mindset may work for passion projects, but when there’s a paying client involved you need to keep a wider focus.  A broad view of a project’s needs encourages forward momentum – allowing you to get your job done well and on-time.  Follow this trick to keep you moving forward:Micro-Budget Your TimeIn most cases you aren’t blowing your time on one detail. It’s just that when combined, all of those little time drains result in a significant loss.  Are you spending too much time on the little things?  Work with self-imposed time constraints to be more efficient.Say, you’re a photographer.  You’ve got a shot that really needs some color work.  Give yourself a time budget to do it, “I’ve got 5 minutes to tweak this shot.”  Watch the clock.  By the end of 5 minutes you would likely have made positive changes to the image.  Now, it’s time to move on.Diminishing Returns Over TimeWithout imposing time constraints, 5 minutes can turn into 10, 20, or much longer.  The more time you spend tackling a detail, the less and less of an impact it has on the final result.  Apply these micro time budgets anytime you start something that you feel has the potential to drag on.Over time you’ll develop a better feel for for how long you should be budgeting for certain tasks based on how long they take you to complete and how important they are to the overall project.This method is applicable for any creative position – video editors, photographers, writers, graphic designers.  Allow yourself to come back to make minor adjustments at the end of the project…IF time allows.Time Management = Key To ProfitabilityYou don’t want to get to the end of budgeted hours and still have significant progress to make.   Either the client will have to pay for additional time (which they certainly do not want to do) or you have to accept any additional work put in as a profit loss.  Sharpen your time management skills.  It’s imperative for increasing your success and profitability.Got time management and productivity tips for success?Please share them in the comments!last_img read more

Mido: No way to stop miracle man Salah

first_imgMohamed Salah ‘There’s no way to stop Salah’ – Liverpool star branded ‘a miracle’ by Mido Chris Burton Last updated 1 year ago 19:10 6/14/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments() Mohamed Salah Egypt 2018 Getty Mohamed Salah Liverpool Egypt World Cup Premier League African All Stars The Egypt international netted 44 times for his club during the 2017-18 campaign and is now readying himself for international duty at World Cup 2018 Mohamed Salah’s development at Liverpool has been “a miracle”, says Mido, with the Egyptian now one of few global superstars that can be considered unplayable on their day.The 25-year-old moved to Anfield from Roma in the summer of 2017 after rebuilding his reputation in Italy following a forgettable stint at Chelsea.Few, however, could have predicted the impact he would make on Merseyside, with a remarkable debut campaign delivering 44 goals and countless individual honours. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move Salah’s season did on an injury low in the Champions League final, with an untimely ailment still being worked on ahead of World Cup duty, but he is ready to shoulder the expectations of a nation in Russia and further ehance his standing on the grandest of stages.Mido told The Guardian of an illustrious countryman who has quickly become a national hero in Egypt: “He’s the kind of guy who says: ‘Come on, even if I have the whole nation on my shoulders, I don’t mind that.’“He’s a great guy and I think the way he developed as a person, comparing Salah of Chelsea and Salah of Liverpool, is a miracle.“I saw him at Chelsea and he was a shy boy. I even said on TV that if he keeps that character, unfortunately he will never be a big player, but that his quality can make it to the top.“Three years ago when Liverpool wanted to sign Salah and he went to Chelsea, I went on Twitter and said: ‘Salah is 10 times better than [Raheem] Sterling’, and people laughed at me.“Sterling is a very good player, he’s developed so much under [Pep] Guardiola, but Salah is unbelievable, one of the very few players that if it’s his day, there’s no way to stop him.”Manchester City star Sterling did impress in 2017-18, earning a nomination for the PFA Young Player of the Year award, but Salah topped the England international by some distance as he took the main PFA Player of the Year prize.He is now looking to carry his club form into World Cup 2018, with Egypt still sweating on his fitness ahead of an opening Group A encounter with Uruguay on Friday. Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the weblast_img read more